2022 Baseball Hall of Fame

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The Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2022 has been announced, and David Ortiz is the newest member. In his first year on the ballot, Big Papi just cleared the 75% induction threshold with 77.9% of the vote. Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens fell short in their final years with 66% and 65.2%, respectively, while Alex Rodriguez debuted with 34.4%. We'll be tracking every aspect of the voting below, along with a look back at years past.

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2021 Hall of Fame

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Schoenfield: Breaking down the 2021 ballot
Schoenfield: Predicting which current stars will make Hall of Fame

2020 Hall of Fame

Complete coverage of 2020 Hall of Fame class
Doolittle: Where Jeter really ranks among greatest shortstops
Schoenfield: Winners and losers of 2020 Hall of Fame voting announcement
2020 Baseball Hall of Fame: Whom did our voters pick?
Schoenfield: Predicting Hall of Fame selections through the 2020s
Doolittle: Ranking every baseball Hall of Famer
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2019 Hall of Fame

Complete coverage of 2019 Hall of Fame class
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